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The BLS Healthcare Provider Class is required for healthcare providers, people who work in a hospital or medical setting, and/or students that are attending a school or program related to the medical field.


  • Scene assessment and management
  • Patient assessment and management
  • Adult/child choking (Heimlich Maneuver)
  • Infant choking
  • AED: Automated External Defibrillator
  • Barrier device usage
  • Adult/child/infant CPR
  • Rescue Breathing


The BLS Healthcare Provider Re-certification Class is for nurses, EMTs, physical therapist, and other healthcare providers that have taken a BLS CPR course before and need to renew. This class is faster paced then regular BLS class.


  • Emergency scene assessment and management
  • Adult/child/infant choking (Heimlich Maneuver, Chest Thrust Maneuver, Infant Choking Technique)
  • Team Dynamics
  • AED: Automated External Defibrillator (The Shocker)
  • Barrier device usage
  • Adult/child/infant CPR
  • Rescue breathing

The First Aid is required for teachers, caregivers, day care providers, and anybody else who needs a First Aid certification.


  • Victim Assessment (finding the problem)
  • Scene assessment and management (scene safety)
  • Body Substance Isolation: glove removal, disposal and hand washing
  • Epinephrine Pen and Life Threatening Allergic Reactions
  • Bleeding Control
  • Seizures
  • Stroke (CVA)
  • Adult/child Choking
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Attack
  • Burns
  • Asthma

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The Pediatric Advanced Life Support or PALS focuses on the advanced emergency approach when it comes to children and infants.

The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support or ACLS is for the Healthcare Provider that works in a Emergency Department, I.C.U., O.R., or pre-hospital emergency Care setting. You must have a BLS card to register for the class. Suggested for physicians, EMTs, nurses, and respiratory therapist.

Testing Information

At the end of the course, students will participate in a Megacode Testing Station to validate their achievement of the course objectives.

  • CPR quality and timing (meeting objective goals by using a feedback device/timer)
  • Achieving a chest compression fraction of greater than 80% (objective measure)
  • Team communication
  • Knowledge of core case material and skills
  • Knowledge of algorithms
  • Arrhythmia interpretation
  • Use of appropriate basic ACLS drug therapy
  • Performance as an effective member of a high-performance team (within the team member’s scope of practice)
  • Performance of the team working together to achieve prebriefing goals
  • Megacode Testing now focuses more on testing as a team, rather than testing only the Team Leader.
  • The team needs to work together to achieve a new objective goal of chest compression fraction of greater than 80% to pass the Megacode Test.
  • Megacode Testing is focused more on objective testing than on subjective testing.


All ACLS Course students must pass the Airway Management Skills Test that includes bag-mask ventilation with OPA/NPA insertion, regardless of the method of preparation or prior airway training. Ventilation should be timed to meet objective testing criteria. The focus should be on timing the breaths to make sure they’re 1 every 6 seconds.

The Bloodborne Pathogens class meets OSHA’s prerequisite requirement for yearly site specific training. Students who take this course are non healthcare providers, and are required for their occupation to have training on how to protect their coworkers and themselves from bloodborne pathogens


  • Bloodbourne pathogens
  • PACT (protect, act, clean, tell)
  • Body Substance Isolation and Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Proper Bodily fluid disposal

The ECG & Pharmacology class focuses on emergency medications and 12 Lead ECG.

The Lamaze class covers all aspects of child birth for the expecting Mother and Father.

The Hospital Fire and Life Safety Training covers fire prevention and life safety for D.H.H.S. buildings employees (e.g  Hospital employees).

The PEARS class focuses on the emergency pediatric aspect for healthcare providers. Recommended for physicians, EMTs, nurses, RTs, and anybody else who can come in contact with a Pediatric Emergency.

These Nurse Skills workshops cover skills that are not learned in nursing school. By taking this course, you will have more to add to your resume and increase your hands on experience.

The Airway Management class covers ETCO2, advanced airway placement, and respiratory emergency intervention.

Each class comes with an American Heart Association 2 year certification that is accepted by all hospitals, government agencies, and schools.